Tom Watson bids for record 4th title at Senior British Open at Sunningdale
Less than a week after his emotional farewell to the British Open at St. Andrews, Tom Watson is going for a record fourth title in the British Senior Open on the Old Course at Sunningdale.
Five-time British Open champion Tom Watson left the Old Course stage one last time as the sun set Friday on St. Andrews. Watson cleared the way for an exciting finish, but first, the field has to be whittled down when play resumes on Saturday. Here are the five things we're looking for tomorrow on Day 3 of the British Open: 1. Show More Summary
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — As metaphors go, you don't get any more fitting than this: Tom Watson, playing out the string on his British Open career as the sun descended behind him. Night was falling fast, but this was Tom Watson, five-time...Show More Summary
In a race against darkness, men, women and children spilled from the grandstands and cheered and clapped for Watson as he finished his final British Open round.
As dusk turned to twilight - or as the Scottish fancy it, "gloaming" - came Friday, ceremony and nostalgia trumped all at the British Open on the Old Course.
The twilight of Tom Watson's storied 40-year British Open career came in the twilight.
In near darkness at St Andrews, Tom Watson says farewell to The Open after 40 years, 130 rounds and five Claret Jugs.
Five-time British Open champion Tom Watson left the Old Course stage one last time as the sun set on Friday in St. Andrews.Watson cleared the way for an exciting finish, but first, the field has to be whittled down when play resumes on Saturday. Here are the five things we're looking for tomorrow on Day 3 of the British Open: 1. Show More Summary
Tom Watson closed out his British Open career with his worst score ever at St. Andrews.
Not a hack. A legend.
Farewell to a champion: Tom Watson closes Open career with final trip across Swilcan Bridge
Five-time champion Tom Watson plays his last round at The Open as he finishes his storied career at the championships at St Andrews.
Tom Watson did not let the weather deter him from soaking up St. Andrews during an emotional walk to the 18th hole at his final Open Championship. Tom Watson's moment in the sun in his final British Open was shrouded in gloom as the weather-delayed second round at St. Show More Summary
Five-time champion Tom Watson presents announcer Ivor Robson with a surprise gift to mark the fact both men are attending their last Open.
We have just a little more than four hours left in the the British Open career of Tom Watson, maybe the greatest Open player ever. Tom Watson's 2015 British Open started well enough. He played much better than many players 40 years younger on his first nine holes and it looked like he would have a chance at making the cut. Show More Summary
TOM WATSON TALKS ABOUT HIS LAST Open Championship. He won his first of five Open titles in 1975 at Carnoustie in a playoff against Australian Jack Newton.Watson also gives a primer on how to play the Old Course. Stay left. Don't "underplay" the wind. Show More Summary
Watson, who said this would be his final British Open, said fans wearing Watson masks “scared me,” and J.B. Holmes described his seven on the 15th hole.
Ugly weather is predicted for the British Open but nothing quite as scary, insists American great Tom Watson, as the masks his fans were wearing in the galleries on Thursday.
American Robert Streb made a dream British Open debut on Thursday when he carded a six-under-par 66 to set the early pace at St Andrews and said he had Tom Watson to thank for helping him tame the Old Course.